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Quiz: Test your knowledge of some classic European Championship kits

The latest in our series of pre-Euro 2020 quizzes.

In what year did Kevin Keegan and England compete at the Euros while wearing this strip?
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1984
1976

1980
Peter Schmeichel had this iconic geansaí on for the Euro 92 final, but what company manufactured Denmark's kits?
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Umbro
Hummel

Errea
Adidas was the kit supplier to four of the eight teams at that tournament: Germany, CIS, Sweden and which other country?
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Scotland
Netherlands

France
Which team wore this in their opening game at Euro 96?
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Turkey
Bulgaria

Switzerland
You couldn't afford to skip abs day if you wanted to look like Francesco Totti and the ragazzi in this tight-fit Italy shirt produced by Kappa for the European Championship in...
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2000
1996

2004
True or false: the 1992 tournament was the first European Championship that required players' names to be printed on the back of their shirt, along with their number on the front.
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True
False
This Belgium shirt from Euro 84 might bear a resemblance to your nan's old wallpaper, but who produced it?
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Adidas
Diadora

Nike
Do you know which team sported this rig-out at Euro 84?
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Yugoslavia
France

Czechoslovakia
The "grey" alternative kit worn by England at Euro 96 was actually marketed as what colour?
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Denim blue
Powder blue

Indigo blue
What four letters were emblazoned across the front of the shirts worn by the Soviet Union at Euro 88?
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USSR
CISS

CCCP
Answer all the questions to see your result!
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Spain at Euro 2008
That was very impressive.
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Czech Republic at Euro 96
You didn't manage to go all the way but you can be proud of that effort nevertheless.
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England at Euro 2016
We were expecting much better from you.
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Ireland at Euro 2012
A performance best forgotten.
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